Last week, members of Atlanta’s healthcare tech community gathered to hear industry thought leaders, including BioIQ’s Chief Growth Officer Kevin Kenney, discuss the future of care delivery and the role technology will play. The panelists at the event, which was hosted by the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) Health Society, included Kornelius Blankston, director of business development at Color Genomics, Dr. Mike Koriwchak with ENT of Georgia, and Dr. Brian Hill with HIP Nation. The conversation was moderated by Brian Kenah, director of business operations at Sharecare.
The hour-long discussion touched on several areas, ranging from how innovation and a consumer-centric approach will change access to healthcare to the impact that non-traditional healthcare companies like Amazon will have on future delivery models. Kevin addressed the later topic and told the audience, “Healthcare is moving toward being more personalized and convenient for consumers. Companies like Amazon and Walmart know their consumers’ purchasing behavior and can leverage this data to provide more convenient, personalized care. Most notably, these companies are challenging the traditional healthcare system and they’re doing things differently, which causes disruption and transformative change.”
BioIQ has been a TAG sponsor for several years and was thrilled to be included in this important conversation.
The panelists, including BioIQ’s Chief Growth Officer Kevin Kenney (center), had diverse experience in healthcare, which made for an engaging discussion.